Sunday, July 17, 2016

Remembering Kansas City Skywalk Disaster

Tragic bit of local history tribute today in one of the many disasters that defined this town: Ceremony to mark 35th anniversary of Hyatt skywalk collapse

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...


Take a trip with me to Kansas City MO
To the Hyatt House, to the big dance floor
You can still see the ghosts
But you can't see the sense
Why they let the monkey go
And blamed the monkey wrench

Anonymous said...

That's some creepy poetry.

Anonymous said...

STFU, you weren't around to know the walkway, walk on it felt I swing and sway went a lot of people were on it. Worked in the building , ate there knew folks who carried bodies out, prayed with strangers, pulling them injured from rubble, they live that nightmare everyday in their heads and it's 35 years later. In tragedy, death has no color, just pain....

Anonymous said...

What thou hast Dunn, thou hast Dunn.

Anonymous said...

Billy Dunn slaps together some cheap ass buildings.

Anonymous said...

This was another time when it wasn't any bodies fault, not the designers or the overseers. Kansas City first class city

Anonymous said...

Someone's responsible for that shitty looking memorial!